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A non-profit educational organization dedicated to the support of positive atheism and the separation of church and state.
Location: Austin, TX
Latest Activity: May 4, 2014
Started by Steph S. Oct 23, 2012.
Started by Steph S. Oct 19, 2011.
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Started by Carl Pastor. Last reply by Carl Pastor Sep 9, 2011.
im noy from austin but ive watched atheist experiance extensively
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No, I guess we don't use this. We have several active groups on Facebook, which works well for us.
Stop in and say Hi at one of our meetings, OK?
I think I should of been more clear on my statement. I know the ACA is busy, I'm actually from Austin and I listen to the Non-Prophets and Atheist Experience.
I was talking about this online group. I noticed that there had not been a post here since June and there were no new discussions. I was just trying to get some members to post things. I drive by the streets you adopt -- by the way.
You all are doing a great job! Keep up the good work. I'm a big fan of the shows.
Well, let's see...we deliver 2 hours of media per week to a growing international audience, host a speaker once a month, and have multiple conversational meetings each week. We do adopt-a-street cleanups in 2 locations and have a blood drive every 8 weeks. And, we just bought a building that will house a Freethought library, office, and studio space.
We are busy, and having fun!
Is this group still active?
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